Should in-city resettlement be impossible, near-city resettlement sites shall be considered while off-site resettlements shall only be resorted to when directly requested by the affected informal settler families themselves.
Bello said from 1998 to 2011, the government has only managed to provide resettlement to 235, 214 families, an average of 16,801 families per year.
The measure to be known as the On-site, In-City, Near-City Resettlement Act of 2014 shall be in conformity with the policy of the State which is to ensure that housing beneficiaries have sustainable access to natural and common resources, safe drinking water, heating and lighting, sanitation and washing facilities, site drainage and emergency services.
The success of this program could lead to more refugee resettlements in Japan, and would contribute to the UNHCR's goal of finding global solutions to ending refugee problems, some of which last for decades.
High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres said Tuesday he hopes the Japanese government will work to ensure the success of its pilot resettlement program for refugees from Myanmar and other countries.
When asked if the number of refugees may be low at 90 to take part in the pilot resettlement program in the next three years, Guterres said it was important to focus on quality and ensure the success of the project.
The refugees say that despite visits from foreign delegations, resettlements have been few and far between since the camp opened in May 2006.
There were 306 successful resettlements from Al Tanf in 2008: 116 to Chile, 174 to Sweden and 16 to Switzerland.
That nothing might be wanting in this book, Yong first provides a global and state-level perspective on dams and resettlements, as well as a literature review, before turning to survey her study village in Chapter 3.
Flowed Over: The Babagon Dam and the Resettlement of Kadazandusuns in Sabah.
If most peasants were primarily locally oriented people prior to their resettlements, they remained primarily locally oriented people following them.
For examples of this dynamic drawn from earlier resettlements, see also Willard Sunderland, "An Empire of Peasants: Empire-Building, Interethnic Interaction, and Ethnic Stereotyping in the Rural World of the Russian Empire, 1800-1850s," in Jane Burbank and David L.